Advice for those looking for it: Stay more than one night; go here if you are looking for mellow ski terrain and good views; and make sure you come back to Aspen when there is some stereotypical wild techno-champagne party at the base of Aspen Mountain (complete with tacky, expensive outerwear) to make it feel as if you took a wrong turn in Basalt and ended up in Europe somehow...
After an early-ish start, we finished the last hour of the hike and arrived at the Hot Springs, which had a total of four people at first. For reasons pictured at the beginning of this post, I didn't take many pictures at the Springs themselves. After a few hours, the place became packed with people, and I think there were close to twenty in the big pool by the time we decided to leave.
Not a ton happened this past weekend except a big night in Aspen and some skiing at Snowmass. My camera died early on, but my dad busted out his new camera to film this little line up on the Cirque Headwall at Snowmass. Also, you might have noticed the logos have changed on my sidebar, … Continue reading A Little Line
So, like I mentioned, I got a sweet new camera for Christmas/my birthday, and I also have done plenty of skiing with it since then, far beyond the Silverton Trip. My first day out with it though, I ended up skiing with some of the best skiers in Aspen who only take pictures they will … Continue reading The Rest of December